Stan and Mollie Prussia

Serving in Philippines, Far East

The Lord called Stan and Mollie Prussia to the Philippines in the spring of 2004. Two years later they started full-time deputation. Their sending church is McDonough Baptist Tabernacle in McDonough, Georgia.

Stan was saved at the age of 43 while in England on sabbatical leave from the University of Georgia where he was professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering for over 25 years. He resigned in February 2006 and is now Professor Emeritus at the University of Georgia.

Mollie is a medical doctor with a specialty in internal medicine. She was saved at the age of seven and sensed a calling to the Far East soon after Stan was saved. She closed her medical clinic in Griffin, Georgia in December 2005 so they could start deputation.

They have three sons. All three sons and their wives graduated from a Christian College. They have four grandsons and four granddaughters.

The Lord has given them a burden to reach the Filipino people for Christ by helping pastors and missionaries plant independent Baptist churches. Stan presents the Gospel and teaches God's Word through Scriptural Science Evangelism in churches, Bible colleges, public schools, colleges, universities, government agencies, and other venues throughout the country. Mollie conducts medical clinics, usually inside a local church. After the medical part is finished each patient is invited to meet with a counselor for one-on-one soul-winning or discipleship if saved previously.

Stan and Mollie started their ministry in Cebu City, Philippines in February 2008. In April 2012 they moved to General Santos City on the island of Mindanao where they minister through Mt. Calvary Baptist Church which was started 18 years ago by BIMI missionaries Doug and Becky Sisson.


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